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Record-breaking desert rains send waterfalls down Australia’s Ayers Rock

Strong winds and unprecedented torrential rains have triggered flash floods in Australia’s Northern Territories, forcing mass evacuations and sending waterfalls down the landmark Uluru/Ayers Rock sandstone formation.
The desert area witnessed some 23.2cm of rain within 24 hours after a storm reached the region on Christmas night, which brought the total amount of rainfall to 37.3cm in December, renewing a monthly record.

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When using the Metric System the preferred units are metres or millimetres.........as far as rainfall is concerned it should be millimetres..........same goes for length measurements in in Civil and M

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